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Local AM offers young women in Aberavon shadowing day at the National Assembly.

The deadline is approaching to shadow David Rees AM with applications closing Friday 31st January.  Local Aberavon Assembly Member, David Rees, is encouraging young women in the area to consider a career in politics and learn more about what life is like as an AM through Chwarae Teg’s LeadHerShip. LeadHerShip gives young women aged 16-22 the chance to shadow an Assembly

“Millions of pounds of children’s savings could go unclaimed” warns Aberavon Labour AM.

David Rees, Assembly Member for Aberavon, is calling on all parents and teenagers about to turn 18 to check they have access to government-backed trust funds, set up when they were born. In some cases these child trust accounts, which will mature this autumn and may contain around £1,000, could be lost after the UK

All new homes in Wales to be heated and powered from clean energy sources from 2025.

David Rees, the Assembly Member for Aberavon, is backing ambitious new proposals set out by the Welsh Labour Government which would lead to all new homes in Wales being heated and powered only from clean energy sources from 2025. The move would make all new homes more energy efficient and cheaper to run. The consultation

Aberavon AM David Rees urges households to ‘Stay Warm This Winter’

With cold weather setting in, local AM David Rees, is urging residents to make sure their homes are prepared for the winter. Each year, around than 1.3 million homes across Britain experience a boiler breakdown and a new study shows that 34 per cent of households didn’t have their boiler serviced in 2019 – putting